Old School Minitel Laptop

On this Instructables, I will explain how I manage to convert an old Minitel to a “brand new” laptop ideal for taking notes in college ^^. This project was one of the first I made, so the wiring is not perfect and some photos are missing, but the overall idea of ​​the project is here.

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Raspberry Pi With Some Serious Graphical Muscle

[Jeff Geerling] routinely tinkers around with Raspberry Pi compute module, which unlike the regular RPi 4, includes a PCI-e lane. With some luck, he was able to obtain an AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT GPU card and decided to try and plug it into the Raspberry Pi 4 Compute Module.

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HDMI output on an FPGA

Tackling HDMI output from the ground up as my first major FPGA development project. Back in my first year of university I took a course on digital logic. The homework was tedious as you might expect: doing boolean arithmetic by hand, drawing state machine diagrams, using Karnaugh maps, etc.

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Bringing A Ruined Game Boy Cart Back To Life With Tons Of Soldering

Retro consoles and handhelds are full of nostalgia and happy memories for many. However, keeping these machines and their media going can be a difficult job at times. [Taylor] was challenged to rescue a copy of Kirby’s Dream Land for the original Game Boy, and set about the task.

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Linux in a Pixel Shader – A RISC-V Emulator for VRChat

Sometimes you get hit with ideas for side-projects that sound absolutely plausible in your head. The idea grips you, your mind’s eye can practically visualize it already. And then reality strikes, and you realize how utterly insane this would be, and just how much work would need to go into it.

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